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I've long been a fan of the Kingston ValueRAM series. Essentially it's RAM for those on a budget. The great thing about it is that though the price is greatly lowered, the quality isn't.
Often, you might look at something which is a cheaper alternative and think it's great at first but then so you'll have doubts because you think that, since it's so cheap then there must be something wrong with it. Let me assure you, this is NOT true of Kingston ValueRAM.
I've built a few computers in my time and I've always used Kingston ValueRAM. It costs me much less and does an excellent job. In fact, the computer that I'm using to write this review has 2GB of Kingston ValueRAM in it right now.
Installing it is easy. You simply slot it in to the right place on your motherboard and you're done. It's as simple as that (though that's ALL RAM, not just Kingston).
There's not much more can be said about it other than a finally reassurance that don't be scared by the low price. You getting a great deal AND great quality!
Kingston is the world's largest independent memory manufacturer. In today's performance-driven environment, memory upgrades provide an easy, economical alternative to increase system performance. Every memory product Kingston offers is designed to help you get maximum performance at the best price to you.
This memory is designed for ASUS A7V266 (KT266DDR), A7V333, CUV266-DLS-DDR; Gigabyte GA-7DXDDR, GA-7VRX/GA-7VRXP, GA-8IRXP, GA-8SRX; Intel D845EBG2, D845EPT2, D845GBV, D845GLAD, D845GRG; Iwill XP333-R; MSI 845 Ultra-AR/ARU (MS-6398), 845 Ultra-C (MS-6566), 845 Ultra-C (MS-6566E); Intel Brookdale Chipset MS-6526GL/MS-6526G; K7N420 Pro (MS-6373), KT3 Ultra (MS-6380E), MS-6507L, MS-6533GL; Supermicro P4SGA P4SGL.